Don’t let the darkness obtain you,
Try your best,
Because once your engulfed your stuck like glue,
Don’t get possessed.
You will turn dark,
But you will be a nark,
And you will have the power to burn.
You will hurt the ones you love,
And laugh a evil laugh
No chance of seeing a dove,
No chance of coming on my behalf.
You wont care,
You will attack all you see,
No chance of seeing a tear,
No chance of protecting me.
I guess I should stop,
I guess I should give up,
I should let my love drop,
But that’s not going to happen.
Not on my watch,
I’ll pull you as hard as I can,
I’m taking you off the deathwatch,
Stop calling me blan.
Stop trying to kill me,
I’m listening to you plea,
No I wont let you go,
Cant you go slow.
It took some time,
But I got you through,
Your new thing turned back from crime,
Do you have a clue?
You hurt me a lot,
More than medicine can heal,
There’s a hole in my heart.
Things are back to normal,
A little bit I guess,
But I’m still missing you.
But you wont confess.
I guess it is gone
Are love will be gone by dawn.
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